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Creativity put out on display

Estelle Drummond and Linda Buchanan at the Inala Art Gallery opening of Sherwood Uniting Church presents Uniting in Creativity . Photo: Inga Williams / The Satellite
Estelle Drummond and Linda Buchanan at the Inala Art Gallery opening of Sherwood Uniting Church presents Uniting in Creativity . Photo: Inga Williams / The Satellite Inga Williams

INALA Art Gallery's latest exhibition offers something for everyone with its newest display titled Uniting in Creativity.

Presented by the Sherwood Uniting Church, the exhibition includes more than 100 works from a variety of local artists and crafts people.

Brightening up the gallery walls with colour, the art works featured spread across a variety of mediums such as paint, photography, quilting and other needlework.

Sherwood Uniting Church Outreach chairperson Rowena Solomon said the pieces were contributed by members of different creative arts groups run by the church.

"A lot of love has gone into producing much of the work on display," she said.

"Our quilts are particularly special because many of them are later given to children who are sick or in hospital care."

The exhibition officially opened last week and will run from 10am to 4pm each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday until November 29.

Ms Solomon said the exhibition had received a glowing response from the public and a majority of the work on show was available for sale.

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